Many things skew our perspective, how we see the world and how we teach.
- our culture
- assumptions that we make (and don’t question)
- marketing (if you don’t have product X you’ll be unhappy, fat, poor and unpopular)
- images that we’re used to seeing (and don’t question)
Take the moon for example. How far is the moon from the earth? Have you been influenced by popular images?
Take a look and listen below. You just might be surprised … the same kind of eyebrow raising that happens when our perspective is enlightened.
What’s behind your teaching perspective? Have you analyzed it lately? The guy in the video below uses a fantastic perspective to teach us something new.
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